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About blocking the Post Office

HEY WH: 18 U.S. Code § 1701 Whoever knowingly and willfully obstructs or retards the passage of the mail, or any carrier or conveyance carrying the mail, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than six months, … Continue reading

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Letter to the editor: No revolution needed

A recent letter highlighted a good bit why there is even a question of Trump being re-elected, in fact, elected in the first place. The only revolution needed is the number of the populous that are involved in the daily … Continue reading

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great discussion of the future

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My Turn: The Internet is not unlimited

The current pandemic has an added urgency to the existing trend of moving to streaming – consuming live content via streaming.  Already many offerings are moving from classic TV (on the air or cable) to streaming services over the internet.  … Continue reading

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What to do about Washington – Flip Congress Blue

It is very clear that the current ruling clique in Washington, DC has very little agenda to really help any part of the country expect for their direct supporters, mostly the very rich and a few special interest groups like … Continue reading

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Working for Green

In addition, to my usual 50-60 hr/week running my company I have started a new effort GreenComm: it has two parts: 1) 2) I’ve worked with enough local groups in the last few years, I found that we … Continue reading

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Time does Fly

Not a lot to say the date speaks for itself – HS Graduation 1969 (the pdf)

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‘Underemployment discussion misses boat of lack of economic development’

The recent story (and followup editorial) about Franklin county having higher underemployment, and lower average income, than the rest of the state, shows more about how statistics lead to mis-placed efforts of economic development then any real news. To start, … Continue reading

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F15 grounding is an issue of maintanence not defense

Tim Blagg’s editorial about the risk to defense because of grounding of the F15 fleet misses a key lesson of history. The editorial starts with an interesting review of the history of the air defense net build around the US … Continue reading

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